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AC-277380-21Education Programs: Humanities Initiatives at Hispanic-Serving InstitutionsNew Mexico State UniversityCritical Approaches to Place: Teaching Narrative Mapping in Southern New Mexico2/1/2021 - 7/31/2024$149,890.00Eric MagraneKerry BanazekNew Mexico State UniversityLas CrucesNM88003-8002USA2020Composition and RhetoricHumanities Initiatives at Hispanic-Serving InstitutionsEducation Programs14989001498900

A two-year project to develop curriculum integrating geography, English, and digital humanities.

“Critical Approaches to Place: Teaching Narrative Mapping in Southern New Mexico” is a three-year curriculum development and public engagement project organized by collaborators from New Mexico State University (NMSU)’s Geography and English departments. It includes a faculty development workshop, which will help instructors from diverse disciplines develop digital story mapping assignments that support first-generation, multilingual, and binational students in unique ways. Additional project components include: a new geohumanities course co-taught by the project directors, a public lecture series, and a bilingual public exhibit developed in partnership with the Las Cruces Museum System that highlights student work. Taking Story Maps as a common starting place helps faculty participants, students, and community partners develop stronger relationships with one another and understand how the humanities provide essential insights into place and global environmental challenges.